Tommy joined the team of caring professionals at Family
first Funeral Homes in Winthrop, Augusta, Gardiner, Oakland, Brunswick and
Fairfield in March of 2020. He has been a licensed Funeral Director and
Embalmer since 1993 and has had more than 25 years of funeral service
experience. He graduated from New England Institute at Mount Ida College.
During the span of Tommy's funeral service career he has managed several
funeral homes and owned and operated his own in Massachusetts.
Tommy is passionate about helping and supporting families
create a memorable celebration honoring the life of their loved one. He is
devoted most to helping all who may need it during this difficult process. In
addition to the families he supports, Tommy also holds in high esteem the
greater communities in which they come from. Through volunteering and holding
days of appreciation he recognizes and honors the work put forth by Police,
Fire and Rescue as well as other public safety providers that keep us safe. As
well, Tommy holds a special place in his heart for the men and women serving
and those that served courageously and faithfully.
Tommy's top priorities are to make families feel well cared
for and to make sure all wishes and details for their loved ones are carried
through with the utmost dignity and respect. Outside of work, Tommy enjoys
participating in various local organizations. He is a member of the Knights of
Columbus Abnaki Council 334, the Augusta Elks, the Maranacook Lake Association,
and the Hillandalers Snowmobile Club. He resides in Winthrop, Maine with his
wife Robin and their three daughters, Teagan, Brigid "Bridie" and
Rilee Kate. Tommy loves the mountains, lakes, rivers, and the seaside of Maine.
Tommy is an avid hiker, kayaker, snowmobiler, and fishermen. He loves the local
music scene, to cook and feed everybody and is a loyal fan of the Boston Red
"People will forget what you said, People will forget
what you did. But people will never forget how You made them feel."
- Maya Angelou